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How do i take out my alternator in 1989 crown vick ok i just found out my alternator is killn my battery so i would like to know how can i take the old one out and replace it with a new one

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Disconnect battery disconnect connector to altinator disconnect battery connection on altinator loosen serpenten belt from altinator loosen bolts and remove old altinator install new altinator and work back to start of unistalling

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